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Recently, the NYSE and NASDAQ have revived the policy of delisting stocks on the basis of bid price alone. (The policy had been suspended during the depths of the market downturn, in an effort to keep otherwise viable companies from falling off the boards.)

Today, with the policy's return, the following five stocks --

Sirius XM Radio

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,

Fairpoint Communications

(FRP)

,

Mesa Air Group

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,

Champion Enterprises

(CHB)

and

ChipMOS Technologies

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-- are, by revenue, the largest ones in danger of being delisted as a result of their low bid prices.

Which of those those would you consider to be worthy of buying, even if it were to be delisted? Take your pick, and see the results of what the users of TheStreet have to say -- or, better yet, leave a comment below, and tell the world the thinking behind your vote.